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Special Deal Prices for Tickets to Design on a Dime in Miami to Support Housing Works

Jan. 11, 2017
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Special Deal Prices for Tickets to Design on a Dime in Miami to Support Housing Works
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As a member of the Board of the Directors for Housing Works, one of my favorite events of the year is the Design on a Dime fundraiser in Miami. Each year, the organizers bring together more than 25 of the country's top interior designers to create one-of-a-kind room vignettes from donated merchandise.

Once the rooms are created, the donated furniture, art and decor is then sold to attendees during the two-day sale for 50%-80% off the retail price. The money raised goes directly toward benefitting Housing Works' mission to end AIDS in America by 2025.

If you're interested in attending, I have good news: We're offering a couple of special TPG ticket rates just for readers. Here's the info for this year's event and how you can buy your ticket:

  • When: February 4-5, 2017
  • Where: Moore Building — 191 NE 40th St. Miami, FL 33137
  • Tickets: There are two options for tickets — Opening Night VIP (5:30pm entry; $250) or Opening Night General Admission (6:30pm entry; $100). If you purchase your tickets as a TPG reader, you'll get a 25% discount, bringing your total per ticket down to $185 and $75 for VIP and General Admission, respectively. Note that there are a limited amount of these discounted tickets, so snag yours now!

Here are some photos from last year's Design on a Dime so you can see how vibrant this event is:


Here is the link to purchase your 2017 Design on a Dime ticket. Remember, you'll earn those valuable points when you purchase your ticket with a credit card. And if you're trying to meet a minimum spend to get the valuable sign-up bonus points on a credit card, what better way to do so than with charitable giving?